TSV 1860 Munich gave FC Schalke 04 a bitter knockout on a big cup evening. In the duel between the traditional football clubs, the passionately fighting third division team beat the favorites 1-0 (1-0) in front of 15,000 spectators in the Grünwalder Stadium on Tuesday evening. “Berlin, Berlin, we’re going to Berlin,” sang the euphoric 1860 fans.
It was the only big surprise in part one of the second round in the DFB Cup. In the other duels, small against large, the results were more or less befitting.
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SC Freiburg made it to the round of 16 with some fury. Against the third division club VfL Osnabrück, Freiburg needed the penalty shoot-out, which they won 3-2 thanks to three saves by their goalkeeper Benjamin Uphoff. They looked like the sure winner after Vincenzo Grifo’s opening goal. But in the seventh minute of stoppage time, the first division side conceded the equalizer for 1: 1 after a corner from Lukas Gugganig. In extra time, the Freiburg team fell behind with a goal from Sebastian Klaas, before they even managed to equalize shortly before the end through Keven Schlotterbeck.
RB Leipzig won 1-0 at the regional league club SV Babelsberg. TSG Hoffenheim benefited from two own goals in their 5-1 (2-0) home win against Holstein Kiel. First, Johannes van den Bergh maneuvered the ball over the line (3rd). After 31 minutes, an attempt at clarification by Captain Hauke Wahl failed. After Phil hit Kiel, Angelo Stiller (59th), Munas Dabbur (72nd) and Jacob Bruun Larsen (84th) scored a clear victory for Hoffenheim.
Ingolstadt held the 0-0 for a long time in Dortmund
Borussia Dortmund had a little more trouble against the second division bottom FC Ingolstadt in their own stadium, which was only sparsely occupied with 25,813 spectators. The guests were 0-0 against BVB for a long time. It was only in the 72nd minute that Thorgan Hazard scored to make it 1-0, ten minutes later the Belgian also scored the goal to make it 2-0 (0-0).
“When we see how happy the Dortmund fans were, it means that we did a good job,” said Ingolstadt coach Andre Schubert. “We did it tactically with a lot of patience and caused a lot of trouble for Dortmund.”
HSV wins on penalties
In the duel between the two first division clubs Mainz 05 and Arminia Bielefeld, Mainz prevailed 3-2 in extra time with a goal from Marcus Ingvartsen five minutes before the end. In the duel between the two second division clubs 1. FC Nürnberg and Hamburger SV, HSV won 4-2 on penalties after being 1-1 after regular time and after extra time.
In Munich, the decisive goal for the sixties fell in the fifth minute. It was Stefan Lex who brought his team to the last sixteen. The success of the third division team was also favored by the red card that Schalke’s defender Malick Thiaw saw because of an emergency brake against Lex. The guests’ cup was deserved and self-inflicted. Schalke’s coach Dimitrios Grammozis was served after the defeat: “We missed the beginning. With ten men we had good chances, but the ball wouldn’t go in. ” (dpa/Tsp)